“When I called 911, the dispatcher was like, ‘A dog in a tire? We can’t send anybody out for that,’” Williams said.
Next Williams drove to a fire station in south Philadelphia, but the firefighters ultimately said they couldn’t help either since they didn’t have a tool to cut the tire off of Jade, according to Williams.
“At this point, I’m going crazy on Google and I’m crying,” Williams said. “And that’s when I found a number to an emergency animal specialist, so I called them.”
Williams had called the Blue Pearl Veterinary Clinic in Philadelphia, and the staff there told Williams to come in with Jade and promised that they’d find a solution. Veterinary technician Jenny Davis was on duty when Jade arrived.